Today's New York Times Travel Section highlights the growing appeal of Argentina following the widespread economic reforms implemented by President Mauricio Macri in 2015. The administration has made international tourism a priority, identifying the enormous potential that had in many aways been left untapped.
Viewing entries tagged
New York Times
We have long said that our favorite part of Colombia is the country's "Ruta del Café", referred to in the English speaking world as the Coffee Triangle or Coffee Belt. Less frequented than seaside Cartagena or bustling cities like Bogotá and Medellin, the country's interior region named for its key crop is home to some of Colombia's most stunning sceneries and greatest outdoor activities. The Coffee Triangle sits on the northernmost tip of the Andes Mountain range which means a captivating mix of both mountainous and tropical terrain.
It’s always satisfying to know that others share a love for your favorite destinations. When The New York Times declares one of them the #2 place in the entire world to visit in 2017 on their iconic Top-52 annual list, you can’t help but feel equal parts elated and proud. Second only to Canada, the Atacama Desert has officially been declared a 2017 travel must-see.